Tag Archives: clothes

TEGES – Security Tag Jewelry

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Designer: Michał Jońca

Category: Accessories & Fashion

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Series of jewelry items in shape of security clothing tags for TEGES. To be worn in any way – attached to jacket, bag, hat, shoe etc. As regular security tag.  Continue reading →


Magic Wand

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Designer: Lakatos Botond

Categories: Health Technology | Product Design 

Year: Present-2020

Overview: The idea is focusing on the problem of kids garment getting a little stain accidentally. Children are not able to use the washing machine Continue reading →


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Designer: Veronika Hlaďová

Categories: Product DesignTechnology

Year: 2031-2040


Overview: IronHeart is product that help us to take care of our clothes in everyday hustle and bustle. Continue reading →

BEHATI Handcrafted Bags

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Designer: BEHATI

Category: Bags

Year: Present-2020

Overview: Reversible clutch made of natural brown calf leather and lizard motif BUNA fabric. It’s like having two different clutches for different occasion. Continue reading →

Zero waste

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Designer: Karolin Kõrge

Categories: Clothing | Technology | Product Design

Year: 2031- 2040

Overview: Zero waste is a trendy wardrobe that never goes out of style. The system allows the user to make new clothes without creating any waste by using old clothes as a raw material to print the new ones. You simply fill the device with old garments and scan you’re your body measurements, then select the style and color of garment on a touch screen catalogue and have the garment 3D printed and ready to wear. The printable raw material used for the garments is provided with the concept, it is recyclable and easily reconstructed by this wardrobe with a minimalistic design. The eco-friendly wardrobe system supports the sustainable lifestyle by saving up the time and money as well as helping to keep the environment clean.

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